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Unread 10-05-2012, 09:13 PM   #1
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Default My fav--- St. Louis spares

For dinner tonight--- cooked up St. Louis cut spares with RO lump and cherry wood chunks on the mini wsm. Cooker held close to 250--- love my mini!!! Air temps were in the high 30's today. Stinkin cold after the 85 degrees we had two days ago! Anywho, rubbed with slap yo daddy rib rub with a thick Worcestershire base. Cooked 2.5 hours on grate spritzing with AJ every hour, 2 hours in foil with brown sugar, parkay, honey, and AJ. Back on grate for another hour. Sauced last 20 minutes. I was so hungry, the pic of ribs sliced came out crappy. Good smoke ring, tenderness, and bite through. I think I have my St. Louis process pretty dialed in. Now I just need to come up with my own rub and sauce :).

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Unread 10-05-2012, 09:29 PM   #2
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Nice ribs!
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Been too long since I've cooked them... Those look great!
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Very tasty lookin'!
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Lookin good!
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Great looking ribs
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Have you tried agave syrup instead of the honey. I've used it for several years and now Harry Soo (slap your daddy) has switched from honey.
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Looks great. Wow, what a change in outdoor temp...
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Nice cook!
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Very tasty looking!
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Tasty looking bones
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Looks good, I need to make these again soon. Haven't heard of using agave syrup- will have to try that
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Same kind of weather change here rgo2, and those are some good lookin ribs.
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Have you tried agave syrup instead of the honey. I've used it for several years and now Harry Soo (slap your daddy) has switched from honey.
I use agave, honey and maple syrup all together...gives it a nice shine.
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Very Nice I love ribs
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